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Volume 2018 - Number 13

June 29, 2018

MBS Issuance Ramps up Near Quarter End

Several non-agency mortgage-backed securities closed before the end of the second quarter. A nonprime deal in the works from Verus Mortgage Capital could be issued early in the third quarter. JPMorgan Chase closed two non-agency MBS in June: a $938.2 million issuance backed by loans from Chase and other originators and a $490.5 million deal backed by a variety of seasoned mortgages originated by First Republic Bank. Some 59.2 percent of the mortgages in the larger Chase deal ...

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